San Francisco mayor London Breed announced efforts to redirect city funding from the city's police department to the city's African American community in the city's upcoming budget. Kenny Choi reports. (6-5-20)

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Contra Costa County Fire Crews Brace for Busy Holiday WeekendLike much of the Bay Area Contra Costa County has seen an explosion of illegal fireworks -- and wildfires sparked by them -- in recent weeks. Wilson Walker reports. (7-4-20)
Saturday Evening Pinpoint ForecastSaturday night by the bay: mostly clear. Lows will be in the mid 50s. West winds will be 10 to 20 mph. Sunday will be sunny and breezy. Highs will be in the upper 50s to the lower 70s. (7-4-20)
Oakland Steps Up Holiday Weekend Patrols to Crack Down on Illegal FireworksThe Fourth of July holiday weekend is typically a time for family gatherings and fireworks but, with civic celebrations canceled, there's concern over illegal fireworks and the dangers they pose. Andrea Nakano reports. (7-3-20)
Giants Begin Workouts at Oracle ParkKPIX 5's Vern Glenn went to Oracle Park Friday to see the new Giants bullpen and got a lesson on the status of Major League Baseball's reopening plans from pitcher Jeff Samardzija. (7-3-20)
Shocking Martinez Hit-and-Run Crash Leaves Boy Seriously HurtA 7-year-old boy riding his scooter outside his home in Martinez Thursday was struck by a white van which sped off. Da Lin reports. (7-3-20)
Friday Evening Pinpoint ForecastHere's what the weather will be like in your Bay Area community this Fourth of July. Paul Heggen has the pinpoint forecast. (7-3-20)
Trump's Mount Rushmore Visit Sparks ControversyPres. Trump is traveling to Mount Rushmore for a speech and an elaborate 4th of July fireworks display to be set off above the monument for the first time in more than a decade. (7-3-20)
Swallow Nests Destroyed, Chicks Stomped to Death in Downtown NapaA wildlife rescue group in Napa County is looking for the public’s help in finding who is responsible for destroying a colony of nesting cliff swallows and brutally killing dozens of chicks. Don Ford reports. (7-2-20)
Affirmative Action Goes Back to the Ballot in CaliforniaCalifornia voters will be asked whether to reverse a prohibition on affirmative action, allowing public universities to consider race in admissions. Kenny Choi reports. (7-2-20)
Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastHere's what's in store for the holiday weekend. (7-2-20)
Alleged 'Boogaloo' Gunman Carrillo Pleads Not Guilty In Oakland Federal Officer SlayingVeronica De La Cruz reports on accused 'Boogaloo' gunman Steven Carrillo entering not guilty plea for Oakland federal officers shooting (7-2-2020)
Officials Push To Boost Safety At San Jose's Guadalupe River ParkLen Ramirez reports on hopes for positive change at Guadalupe River Park after problems with homeless camps, trash (7-1-2020)
Bay Area Minimum Wage Workers Getting A Much-Needed RaiseStarting Wednesday, minimum wage workers in the Bay Area will see a bump in their paychecks. As Don Ford reports, it couldn't have come at a better or worse time.
Controversial Housing Project In Lafayette Takes Important Step ForwardJohn Ramos reports on city officials in Lafayette being forced to approve the controversial Terraces housing project or pay massive legal fees (7-1-2020)
4 Injured In Shooting Along Interstate 580 In East OaklandAll eastbound lanes of Interstate Highway 580 in East Oakland were blocked Wednesday following a shooting that injured multiple people, police said. (7/1/20)
Wednesday Evening Forecast With Paul HeggenKPIX 5's chief meteorologist Paul Heggen has your Fourth of July holiday weekend forecast.
VIDEO: At Least 4 Hurt In Shooting On I-580 In OaklandAll eastbound lanes of Interstate Highway 580 in Oakland were blocked Wednesday following a shooting that injured multiple people, police said.
Mayor Schaaf Launching Universal Basic Income Pilot Program In OaklandMayor Schaaf is joining mayors across the country in launching a universal basic income program to help low-income residents make ends meet. Andria Nakano reports.
Santa Cruz County Carjacking Suspect Leads Chase That Ends With Car Going Off CliffKen Bastida reports on wild chase that began with gunfire in Davenport restaurant and ended with car going off cliff (6-30-2020)
Vandals Target Sign Outside San Carlos Church Welcoming LGBTQ CommunityA show of support for the LGBTQ community via a colorful sign outside a church in San Carlos has been the targeted by vandals. Don Ford tells us, the crime was caught on camera.
Tuesday Evening Forecast With Paul HeggenKPIX 5's chief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the forecast for 4th of July week.
San Jose High School Teacher Found Dead In Guadalupe RiverThe Santa Clara County coroner has identified a body found in the Guadalupe River last week as that of Evergreen Valley High School teacher Dr. Richard Johnson. Len Ramirez reports. (6/30/20)
Facebook Faces Growing Chorus of CriticsFacebook claims it is a neutral platform for people to express their ideas but, as hate speech and fake news proliferate online, advertisers are pulling away from the social media giant. Devin Fehely reports. (6-29-20)
Berkeley Mayor Proposes Budget That Slashes Police BudgetBerkeley mayor Jesse Arreguín announced a budget proposal that would take nearly $10 million dollars out of the Berkeley police department budget. Andria Borba reports. (6-29-20)

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